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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
84Abbrederis, Jared WR6-119512/17/1990RWisconsin
17Adams, Davante WR6-121612/24/1992RFresno State
77Adams, Aaron T6-53035/16/19891Eastern Kentucky
69Bakhtiari, David T6-43109/30/19912Colorado
32Banjo, Chris SS5-102072/26/19902Southern Methodist
67Barclay, Don T6-43054/18/19893West Virginia
58Barrington, Sam LB6-124010/5/19902South Florida
86Bostick, Brandon TE6-32505/3/19892Newberry
93Boyd, Josh DE6-33108/3/19892Mississippi State
11Boykin, Jarrett WR6-221811/4/19893Virginia Tech
91Bradford, Carl OLB6-12528/15/1992RArizona State
75Bulaga, Bryan T6-53143/21/19895Iowa
42Burnett, Morgan SS6-12091/13/19895Georgia Tech
24Bush, Jarrett CB6-02005/21/19849Utah State
25Clay, Charles DB5-102045/15/1991RHawaii
21Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha FS6-120812/21/1992RAlabama
18Cobb, Randall WR5-101928/22/19904Kentucky
2Crosby, Mason K6-12079/3/19848Colorado
76Daniels, Mike DE6-03055/5/19893Iowa
35Dennard, Antonio CB5-1119012/20/19891Langston
6Dorsey, Kevin WR6-12072/23/19902Maryland
45Doughty, Jake LB6-02348/17/1991RUtah State
47Elliott, Jay LB6-325511/11/1991RToledo
10Flynn, Matt QB6-22256/20/19857Louisiana State
79Fullington, John T6-53015/30/1991RWashington State
72Gerhart, Garth C6-131010/21/19881Arizona State
1Gillett, Alex WR6-12155/17/19911Eastern Michigan
61Goode, Brett LS6-125511/2/19847Arkansas
39Goodson, Demetri CB5-111976/11/1989RBaylor
74Gray, Carlos DE6-23136/30/1992RNorth Carolina State
98Guion, Letroy DT6-43156/21/19877Florida State
13Harper, Chris WR6-12289/10/19892Kansas State
26Harris, DuJuan RB5-82039/3/19882Troy
50Hawk, A.J. ILB6-12351/6/19849Ohio State
29Hayward, Casey CB5-111929/9/19893Vanderbilt
22Hill, Michael RB5-102108/14/19892Missouri Western State
31House, Davon CB6-11957/10/19894New Mexico State
49Hubbard, Adrian OLB6-62572/27/1992RAlabama
33Hyde, Micah CB6-019712/31/19902Iowa
83Janis, Jeff WR6-32196/9/1991RSaginaw Valley State
95Jones, Datone DE6-42857/24/19902UCLA
59Jones, Brad ILB6-32424/1/19866Colorado
30Kuhn, John FB6-02509/9/19829Shippensburg
27Lacy, Eddie RB5-112306/2/19902Alabama
70Lang, T.J. G6-43189/20/19876Eastern Michigan
57Lattimore, Jamari ILB6-223010/6/19884Middle Tennessee State
41Liaina, Ina RB6-02501/3/19901San Jose State
63Linsley, Corey C6-33017/27/1991ROhio State
46Lyerla, Colt TE6-424711/13/1992ROregon
8Masthay, Tim P6-12003/16/19875Kentucky
52Matthews, Clay OLB6-32555/14/19866USC
62McCray, Jordan G6-33225/31/1992RCentral Florida
40Miller, Tanner DB6-121112/15/1991RIowa
55Mulumba, Andy OLB6-32601/31/19902Eastern Michigan
34Neal, Rajion RB5-112203/28/1992RTennessee
96Neal, Mike OLB6-32856/26/19875Purdue
87Nelson, Jordy WR6-32175/31/19857Kansas State
51Palmer, Nate OLB6-22489/23/19892Illinois State
64Pennel, Mike DT6-43325/9/1991RColorado State
56Peppers, Julius DE6-72871/18/198013North Carolina
80Perillo, Justin TE6-32501/5/1991RMaine
36Perkins, LaDarius RB5-71959/18/1990RMississippi State
53Perry, Nick OLB6-32654/12/19903USC
81Quarless, Andrew TE6-425210/6/19885Penn State
90Raji, B.J. DE6-23377/11/19866Boston College
7Rettig, Chase QB6-22159/26/1991RBoston College
28Richardson, Sean SAF6-22161/21/19903Vanderbilt
97Robinson, Luther DE6-33012/24/1991RMiami (Fla.)
89Rodgers, Richard TE6-42571/22/1993RCalifornia
12Rodgers, Aaron QB6-222512/2/198310California
20Rolle, Jumal DB6-01885/28/19901Catawba
78Sherrod, Derek T6-63214/23/19894Mississippi State
37Shields, Sam CB5-1118412/8/19875Miami (Fla.)
71Sitton, Josh G6-33186/16/19867Central Florida
44Starks, James RB6-22182/25/19865Buffalo
85Stoneburner, Jake TE6-32498/25/19892Ohio State
65Taylor, Lane G6-332411/22/19892Oklahoma State
82Taylor, Ryan TE6-325411/16/19874North Carolina
48Thomas, Joe LB6-12275/6/1991RSouth Carolina State
94Thornton, Khyri DT6-330411/21/1989RSouthern Mississippi
68Tiller, Andrew G6-43243/13/19892Syracuse
16Tolzien, Scott QB6-32089/4/19874Wisconsin
73Tretter, JC T6-43072/12/19912Cornell
60Vujnovich, Jeremy T6-530010/12/1990RLouisiana Coll.
43White, Ryan DB5-101961/22/1992RAuburn
19White, Myles WR6-01903/30/19902Louisiana Tech
38Williams, Tramon CB5-111913/16/19838Louisiana Tech
99Worthy, Jerel DE6-23084/28/19903Michigan State
 
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Antonio Dennard
News
The Packers signed receiver Alex Gillett, running back Orwin Smith, offensive tackle Aaron Adams, defensive back Antonio Dennard, center Garth Gerhart and guard Andrew Tiller to reserve/futures contracts, enabling them to participate in offseason workouts.
Davante Adams
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The Packers have signed their last two draft picks Thursday with receiver Davante Adams and tight end Richard Rodgers, reports ESPN.

Adams deal is four years for just under $4 million with just under $1.8 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of just over $1.18 million.

Rodgers deal is four years for just over $2.7 million with just over $506,000 guaranteed in his signing bonus.

James Starks
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The Packers re-signed running back James Starks to a two-year deal, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Starks had drawn interest from three other teams, but opted to stay in Green Bay as a complement to Eddie Lacy.

Starks averaged a career-high 5.5 yards per carry last season, gaining 493 yards. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.

Bryan Bulaga
News
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Bryan Bulaga will start the season at right tackle, with David Bakhtiari remaining at left tackle. Bulaga missed all of last season with a knee injury and Bakhtiari held his own on the left side as a rookie.
Datone Jones
News
Packers defensive end Datone Jones, who played about one-fourth of the snaps as a rookie, trained in Green Bay throughout the offseason as he seeks a starting role. Jones had a disappointing first year, making 3.5 sacks and 10 tackles and struggling to disengage from blocks.

This year the Packers might plug in the 6-4, 285-pound jones next to Mike Daniels on passing downs, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

"There's a lot of expectations," Jones said. "When I was coming into college, I was one of the highest picks in the nation. When I was coming into the NFL, I was one of the highest picks. So, for me, I'm not here to impress the fans. I'm here to win games with my brothers in this locker room."

Jones "plans on attacking with his hands better and developing a second move," the paper said.

"Ultimately, I want to start — establish myself as the starter," Jones said. "And after that, do whatever it takes to help the team win games. That's all I'm about. Not trying to do anything too big. But if I help the team, I'm producing."

Ryan White
No Updates
Carlos Gray
No Updates
LaDarius Perkins
No Updates
Letroy Guion
News
The Packers signed another former division rival on Monday, agreeing to terms with defensive tackle Letroy Guion, according to his agent Thomas Kleine

Guion, 26, struggled with nagging injuries and finished with 21 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in 13 games last year.

Injury
Undisclosed - NFI. Probable for start of regular season
JC Tretter
News
With the 161st pick of the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected center Corey Linsley from Ohio State.

Linsley started his final 26 collegiate games and was an all-Big Ten first team center last season. He will likely compete with JC Tretter and Garth Gerhart for the center job.

Brad Jones
News
The Packers seem satisfied with A.J. Hawk but could be looking for an upgrade over fellow inside linebacker Brad Jones, reports ESPN.com. Jones had 83 tackles and three sacks in 12 games last season. He's owed $2.8 million for 2014.

Green Bay is expected to address linebacker in the draft.

Sam Shields
News
The Packers and Sam Shields agreed to a four-year, $39 million contract on Saturday, according to Pro Football Talk. Shields, 26, tied his career high with four interceptions in 14 games last season.
Jared Abbrederis
News
The Packers signed fifth-round pick Jared Abbrederis, a receiver out of Wisconsin, to a four-year contract.
Garth Gerhart
News
With the 161st pick of the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected center Corey Linsley from Ohio State.

Linsley started his final 26 collegiate games and was an all-Big Ten first team center last season. He will likely compete with JC Tretter and Garth Gerhart for the center job.

Jumal Rolle
News
The Packers listed linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb) and Nate Palmer, wideout Chris Harper, quarterback Scott Tolzien, cornerback Jumal Rolle, and offensive linemen Ryan Taylor and JC Tretter as inactive for the playoff game vs. the 49ers.
Jordan McCray
No Updates
Lane Taylor
News
The Packers have ruled Brad Jones, Chris Harper, Clay Matthews, Jumal Rolle, Lane Taylor, JC Tretter and C.J. Wilson inactive for Week 17 at Chicago.
Charles Clay
No Updates
Luther Robinson
No Updates
Jerel Worthy
News
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) headlines the list of inactives released Sunday by the Packers.

The others are linebacker Nate Palmer, guards JC Tretter and Lane Taylor and defensive end Jerel Worthy.

Injury
Undisclosed - NFI. Questionable for start of regular season
Mike Daniels
News
Defensive end Mike Daniels was the Packers' best defensive lineman last year. He finished second on the team with 6.5 sacks despite lacking ideal size for an end in the 3-4 scheme, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

"I thought Mike Daniels took a big step last year," defensive coordinator Dom Capers told the paper. "He was our most productive guy on the defensive line last year. I think he'll continue to improve.

"Mike's one of the hardest workers we have," Capers added. "He's got a great defensive temperament. He's strong. He's explosive. We hope he can just pick up where he left off last year."

Daniels, 25, is entering his third season. He played in every game last year, making 23 tackles.

Jarrett Bush
News
Linebacker Mike Neal and defensive back Jarrett Bush made the big plays for the Packers defense in Week 14 against the Falcons. Neal recorded the team's only sack on the day, forcing a fumble that teammate Johnny Jolly recovered. Bush had the team's only interception.

Neal's sack was the only tackle between the two.

Randall Cobb
News
Packers receiver Randall Cobb was headed for a big 2013 season when he broke his leg. The team's website says if he stays healthy, Cobb "could lead the league in receptions" because "he plays in an offense that is going to use him in multiple ways."

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has described Cobb as a "100-catch guy." Cobb caught 80 passes for 954 yards and eight touchdowns in 15 games in 2012.

A.J. Hawk
News
The Packers seem satisfied with A.J. Hawk but could be looking for an upgrade over fellow inside linebacker Brad Jones, reports ESPN.com. Jones had 83 tackles and three sacks in 12 games last season. He's owed $2.8 million for 2014.

Green Bay is expected to address linebacker in the draft.

Tanner Miller
No Updates
Brett Goode
No Updates
Tramon Williams
News
Depleted by injuries, the Packers DST held up well for the most part against the 49ers in Sunday's playoff loss. But the unit could not contain quarterback Colin Kaepernick's running, dooming Green Bay.

Kaepernick ran seven times for 98 yards, more than half of San Francisco's 167 rushing yards. Green Bay gave up 381 total yards and 23 points.

Cornerback Tramon Williams picked off Kaepernick in the second quarter, his fourth interception this year. Linebackers Nick Perry and Brad Jones and defensive end Mike Daniels all registered sacks.

The Packers DST should be stronger in 2014 assuming top pass rusher Clay Matthews returns healthy from his broken thumb.

Khyri Thornton
No Updates
Sam Barrington
News
The Packers announced Tuesday they activated tackle Derek Sherrod (leg) from the PUP list. To clear a roster spot, linebacker Sam Barrington (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve.
Kevin Dorsey
News
The Packers placed tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee), wide receiver Kevin Dorsey (toe) and linebacker Jarvis Reed (ankle) on injured reserve Tuesday.
Andrew Quarless
News
The Packers are trying to figure out their tight end situation heading into training camp, reports ESPN.

The longer Jermichael Finley (neck) remains unsigned, the more likely it appears his time in Green Bay -- and perhaps in the NFL -- is over, despite his desire to continue to play.

The Packers re-signed Andrew Quarless to a two-year, $3 million contract in March, but that's hardly starter's money. The door is open for rookie third-round draft pick Richard Rodgers, who performed well enough during the organized team activities and minicamp practices (which Quarless missed because of injury) to move into the starting spot. Rodgers has the kind of dynamic athletic ability that Finley brought to the position.

The wild card there is Colt Lyerla, the undrafted but talented rookie from Oregon. Had Lyerla not left the Ducks' program and run into trouble subsequently last year, he might have been a high draft pick. The Packers also will have to assess whether Brandon Bostick can make a bigger impact than he did last season. 

Davon House
News
Packers defensive back Davon House picked up the only sack Green Bay recorded on Robert Griffin III in the Week 2 win at home. House finished the game with four tackles and the sack. He has five tackles in two games and that was his first sack of the year. House and the Packers play at Cincinnati Week 3. 
Jordy Nelson
News
Packers prolific wide receiver Jordy Nelson has signed a four-year contract for $39 million with $14.2 million guaranteed, per NFL Network. Nelson had asked for $10 million a year.

The 29-year-old veteran managed arguably his finest season in 2013 with 85 catches for 1,314 yards and eight touchdowns.

Sean Richardson
News
Packers starting safeties Morgan Burnett and M.D. Jennings combined for zero interceptions last season, the first time that's happened in Green Bay since at least the 1950s, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Every other NFL team got an interception from a safety on its roster.

"We just didn't get it done and I don't think that was a lack of ability, because the ability is there," safeties coach Darren Perry told the paper. "We just have to make sure we're consistent."

Burnett led the team with three fumble recoveries, but also paced the Packers with 17 missed tackles. Coach Mike McCarthy said immediately after the season that he wants more "impact players" on defense.

Green Bay could give a longer look to Sean Richardson or Micah Hyde, or address the safety position through free agency and the draft.

Nate Palmer
News
The Packers listed linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb) and Nate Palmer, wideout Chris Harper, quarterback Scott Tolzien, cornerback Jumal Rolle, and offensive linemen Ryan Taylor and JC Tretter as inactive for the playoff game vs. the 49ers.
Justin Perillo
No Updates
Julius Peppers
News
Packers defensive lineman Mike Daniels described his new teammate, 34-year-old Julius Peppers, as "a freak of nature."

“Charles Woodson played pretty well at 34," Daniels told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "Julius Peppers is by every means of the word a ‘freak of nature.’ I don’t think age is going to affect him too much. And he’s got some pretty good players lined up with him. Our front seven is very good. When you add the element of Julius Peppers to that. The sky’s the limit in my opinion.”

Peppers signed a three-year contract with the Packers and will rotate between the defensive line and linebacker.

John Fullington
No Updates
Andy Mulumba
News
Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith (knee), cornerback Micah Hyde (groin), linebacker Clay Matthews (thumb), linebacker Andy Mulumba (ankle), defensive end Mike Neal (abdomen) and defensive tackle Ryan Pickett (knee) were all cleared to play Week 12 vs. Minnesota. All six players were listed as probable.
Chris Harper
News
The Packers listed linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb) and Nate Palmer, wideout Chris Harper, quarterback Scott Tolzien, cornerback Jumal Rolle, and offensive linemen Ryan Taylor and JC Tretter as inactive for the playoff game vs. the 49ers.
Clay Matthews
News
Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews has played a full season just once, as a rookie in 2009. After missing seven games last year with a fractured thumb and half of another game with a hamstring injury, Matthews is under the gun in 2014.

"He has to show that he can line up and stay healthy," linebackers coach Winston Moss told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Matthews said during OTAs that he's "feeling good."

"It's been a long offseason obviously with the surgeries and the rehab and the physical therapy and all that," he said. 'But it's definitely coming along. ... I don't see there being any hindrance toward the beginning of the season, toward camp. We'll keep getting stronger and hopefully by that time be ready to roll."

Tim Masthay
No Updates
Morgan Burnett
News
Packers safety Morgan Burnett signed a four-year, $24.75 million contract last July, then went the whole season without an interception. He also failed to break up a 28-yard touchdown pass to tight end Vernon Davis in the playoff loss to the 49ers.

According to ESPN.com, Burnett "broke on the ball but looked like he was trying to swat a fly rather than making an aggressive move toward the ball." Said coach Mike McCarthy: “I mean, playmaking, you go get the football.” 

Still, McCarthy said Burnett is nowhere near a bust. Burnett, who had 96 tackles and three fumble recoveries in the regular season, would benefit from better play at the other safety position, the coach added.

Casey Hayward
News
Packers cornerback Casey Hayward, limited to three games last year with hamstring problems, said he'll be ready for the offseason program starting in two weeks, reports the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Hayward led the team with six interceptions as a rookie in 2012.
Myles White
News
Packers wideout Myles White has added 10 pounds to 190 as he seeks to secure the No. 4 receiver job, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. White has been clocked at 4.3 in the forty and figures to enter the season as Randall Cobb's backup.

White caught nine passes for 66 yards last year.

Derek Sherrod
News
Former first-round pick Derek Sherrod broke both bones in his lower right leg in December 2011 and returned to the active roster only last year, playing six offensive snaps. But Packers offensive line coach James Campen said Sherrod "looks terrific" and will focus on playing right tackle behind starter Bryan Bulaga, reports ESPN.com.

"The next step for him is to get him into the daily grind, put the pads on and go pound it," Campen said of Sherrod. "That's his next step, but we've been very pleased with where he's come from."

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
News
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is expected to slide right into the Packers starting lineup. The great thing about him is that he's versatile -- tough enough to get his nose dirty against the run and rangy enough to work the deep part of the field. He also has experience lining up as a slot corner in college. That versatility should clinch him a ton of playing time. In the past the Packers have seen safeties put up awesome stats and Clinton-Dix should follow suit after posting 51 total tackles last season with the Crimson Tide.

Clinton-Dix should be considered a No. 3 DB with potential to evolve into a Top 20 player at the position. We dig him with a mid- to late-round choice in standard seasonal play and long-term formats. He'll likely get taken between the middle of Rounds 2 and 3 in rookie-only drafts.
Micah Hyde
News
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he wants defensive back Micah Hyde on the field all the time. As a rookie Hyde served as the No. 3 corner and made 55 tackles, adding two passes defended and a forced fumble.

"As far as Micah Hyde, I’m going to say it again, make sure we’re clear: Micah Hyde deserves the opportunity to be an every-down player on our defense," McCarthy said, per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "And as we go into 2014, that’s our responsibility as a coaching staff to create those competitive opportunities for him to get that done.

"I got to a point in the season where Micah was standing on the sidelines too much. He’s a good football player and I thought he deserved the opportunity to compete to play. And it’s tough to do when you’re a rookie because you get into camp and you’re trying to build packages. … We’re going to give Micah the opportunity to play on all three downs – whether that’s corner, nickel, dime, safety, that’s the versatility I think he brings to our football team."

Mason Crosby
News
Packers kicker Mason Crosby had to fight for his right to boot field goals, extra points and kickoffs last summer, but doesn't have any competition for the job this summer. That's because Crosby hit a career-best 89.2 percent of his field goals. ESPN notes that on Tuesday he made 7 of 8 field goals
Richard Rodgers
News
The Packers are unsettled at tight end, which means rookie Richard Rodgers could emerge as an option. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers certainly liked throwing to the 6-4, 257-pounder in the spring, and Richard Rodgers could be the starter "sooner rather than later," reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

"When we made the pick, some of the so-called experts on the draft channel said he was a late sixth-round pick ... which is pretty laughable when you watch the talent he's got and the ability," Aaron Rodgers said. "You have to be excited about his body type and the hands.

"He's made some incredible catches, makes it look easy. I think he's going to push for some playing time if he can transfer what he's done in the spring now to the fall and have the potential to be an impact player."

Richard Rodgers ran a 4.87 forty coming out of California, two-tenths of a second slower than Jermichael Finley ran back in 2008, and often lined up in the slot in college, the paper said.

Josh Boyd
News
The Packers have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's contest against the Eagles in Week 10: wide receiver Chris Harper, quarterback Aaron Rodgers, cornerback James Nixon, linebacker Andy Mulumba, tackle Derek Sherrod, defensive end Josh Boyd and defensive end C.J. Wilson.
Andrew Tiller
News
The Packers signed receiver Alex Gillett, running back Orwin Smith, offensive tackle Aaron Adams, defensive back Antonio Dennard, center Garth Gerhart and guard Andrew Tiller to reserve/futures contracts, enabling them to participate in offseason workouts.
Ina Liaina
News
Green Bay's signing of Ina Liaina, a true blocking fullback, indicates the Packers "may see a need for someone who can destroy linebackers before they get their hands on bruising halfback Eddie Lacy," reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Fullback John Kuhn, an impending free agent, was used more as a third-down pass blocker than a lead blocker.

The Packers trailed San Francisco 20-17 in the playoffs when they faced 1st-and-goal from the 9-yard line with just over six minutes left. They ran the ball with receiver Randall Cobb and tried two passes before settling for a field goal. Lacy did not get the ball.

Now, at least, Green Bay has a fullback on the roster.

Mike Pennel
No Updates
Eddie Lacy
News
Although running back Eddie Lacy had some short-term injuries at Alabama, the Packers don't seem concerned at all about giving him a massive workload, reports PackersNews.com. Lacy, 24, carried 284 times in 15 games as a rookie while averaging 21.2 touches.

"This is the NFL, you're not going to play this game until you're 45 or 50," said running backs coach Sam Gash, a former Pro Bowl fullback. "A lot of people, especially the media, try to make it out, 'He's got to last.' He'll last as long as he's meant to last.

"If he gets 40 (carries in a game), I'm OK with that. If he gets 10 carries, 20 carries, as long as we're productive and winning, I don't really care. I tell all the guys, be ready for 50 carries, that's the way you should train in the offseason, as if you're getting 50 carries a game. You're going to beat your body down and beat yourself up, so it's going to harden you mentally and physically. You're not going to wear yourself down. God made a machine, he's not going to let you down when you need him the most."
Carl Bradford
News
With the 121 pick in the draft, the Packers have selected Arizona State linebacker Carl Bradford .

Bradford picked up 55 tackles in 2013, including 8.5 sacks. He's expected to be a strong special teams contributor immediately. 

Don Barclay
News
Packers OL Don Barclay, DT Johnny Jolly, DE Mike Neal, OL Marshall Newhouse, LB Nick Perry, CB Sam Shields and OL Josh Sitton are probable Week 13 against the Lions.

Barclay and Perry were both limited in practice Wednesday. Neal was able to practice in full Tuesday, but did not practice Wednesday. 

Rajion Neal
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Brandon Bostick
News
The Packers are trying to find a starting tight end this season, and two interesting candidates could be rookie Richard Rodgers and Brandon Bostick, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

The report says Rodgers did a good job "separating himself as an MVP of organized team activities," while Bostick has to lose weight. He is back from a broken foot suffered last December, but he showed up at 270 pounds.

"I have to get my weight under control, come back and my goal is to be the starter," Bostick said. "I won't settle for anything less. I'm going to compete and do everything I can to be the starter."

The competition for the starting job will come down to Rodgers, Bostick, Ryan Taylor, Jake Stoneburner, Andrew Quarless and rookies Colt Lyerla and Justin Perillo. The Packers also could bring back Jermichael Finley if healthy.

Quarless likely has the inside track to start, but he's dealing with an injury. That has allowed Rodgers and Bostick the chance to make plays.

"I definitely think I can do it all now," Bostick said. "Coach knows that. So sometimes I go in on blocking situations. It's whatever he wants. Whatever they need me to do, I can hold it down when I'm out there."

Scott Tolzien
News
Matt Flynn is the Packers' backup quarterback as of now, but Scott Tolzien could overtake him by the end of August, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. The paper called Tolzien "the younger arm with the higher ceiling."
Joe Thomas
No Updates
Jarrett Boykin
News
Jarrett Boykin improved dramatically last season and "will be hard to dislodge" from the Packers' No. 3 receiver job, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Boykin will have to hold off second-round pick Davante Adams, fifth-rounder Jared Abbrederis and seventh-rounder Jeff Janis.

Boykin, 24, caught 49 passes for 681 yards and three touchdowns last season.

Aaron Rodgers
News
Though it sounds far-fetched, Packers coach Mike McCarthy wants his offense to run 75 plays per game, reports ESPN.com. The team averaged nearly 69 plays in the games quarterback Aaron Rodgers finished last season. Denver led the league with 72.1 plays per game.

Playing at a fast pace "seems to be the answer to some of the different things defenses are doing," Rodgers told the website.

McCarthy said earlier that he wants all his running backs to be three-down players so there's no need to substitute. "We play pretty fast, but you always want to play faster," McCarthy said. "With a guy like Aaron, he plays faster than anybody I've ever been around."

Jay Elliott
No Updates
Michael Hill
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The Packers announced a pair of small deals Wednesday, re-signing defensive back Chris Banjo and signing running back Michael Hill.

Both played minor roles for the team a year ago, though Banjo was the only one who finished the season with them. Banjo racked up 19 tackles in 16 games, while Hill appeared in two games before being signed off the practice squad by the Buccaneers. 

Mike Neal
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Free agent defensive end Mike Neal tweeted that he's re-signing with the Packers for two years. It's a significant move for Green Bay, as Neal led the team with 37 quarterback hurries last season.

Neal has 9.5 sacks over the past two years despite not being a full-time starter.

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Undisclosed - PUP. Questionable for start of regular season
Alex Gillett
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The Packers signed receiver Alex Gillett, running back Orwin Smith, offensive tackle Aaron Adams, defensive back Antonio Dennard, center Garth Gerhart and guard Andrew Tiller to reserve/futures contracts, enabling them to participate in offseason workouts.
Demetri Goodson
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The Packers added a defensive back with the 197th pick in the draft, selecting Demetri Goodson out of Baylor.

Goodson, whose brother plays for the Jets, was an honorable mention All-Big 12 player as a senior, racing up three interceptions and 16 pass defenses despite playing just 11 games. 

Aaron Adams
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The Packers signed receiver Alex Gillett, running back Orwin Smith, offensive tackle Aaron Adams, defensive back Antonio Dennard, center Garth Gerhart and guard Andrew Tiller to reserve/futures contracts, enabling them to participate in offseason workouts.
Josh Sitton
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Packers OL Don Barclay, DT Johnny Jolly, DE Mike Neal, OL Marshall Newhouse, LB Nick Perry, CB Sam Shields and OL Josh Sitton are probable Week 13 against the Lions.

Barclay and Perry were both limited in practice Wednesday. Neal was able to practice in full Tuesday, but did not practice Wednesday. 

DuJuan Harris
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Packers reserve running back DuJuan Harris has seemingly bounced back from the torn ACL that cost him his entire 2013 season. ESPN reports that while Harris has to show his coaches he can be productive, his knee injury "does not appear to be an issue."

Harris will compete for playing time in camp this summer with James Starks, mainly for the right to back up Eddie Lacy. 

David Bakhtiari
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The Packers intend to keep David Bakhtiari at left tackle despite Bryan Bulaga's return from a knee injury, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Bulaga will play right tackle.

Coach Mike McCarthy told the paper he likes the chemistry on the left side between Bakhtiari and guard Josh Sitton. "I liked the relationship between David and Josh, and to me it's more about the combination over there," he said. "They work well together. They're both wired mentally.

"David's young and raw, and he's got a lot to learn. The game comes very easily to Josh now."

McCarthy added that Bakhtiari, a 6-4, 300-pounder selected in the fourth round last season, needs to get bigger and stronger for the 2014 season.

Jake Stoneburner
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The following players on Green Bay's injury report were ruled active for Sunday's regular season finale against the Bears: running back Eddie Lacy, tight end Andrew Quarless (ankle), tight end Jake Stoneburner (illness),  tight end Ryan Taylor (illness), linebacker Nick Perry (foot), defensive lineman Mike Neal (abdomen) and defensive lineman Ryan Pickett (knee).
T.J. Lang
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Packers OL T.J. Lang and LB Nick Perry are listed as questionable Week 10 against the Eagles.

Lang suffered a concussion against the Bears, but was able to practice on a limited basis Friday. Perry was limited all week with a foot injury.

John Kuhn
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Fullback John Kuhn, who re-signed with the Packers on a one-year, $1.03 million deal, said he's "super excited" to be back with the team.

“You always test the market, you hear from other people, and you question whether you will (come back) or not, but I’m super excited to be back,” Kuhn told ESPN Wisconsin. "We’ve got a great fan base in Wisconsin, I love the fans, and I really love being a Packer. ... This is the perfect place for me, especially at this point and time in my career.

"I love being part of the team, I think I can serve the team very well through the course of the season," he added. “To be here where the fans are tremendously great and an offense that suits everything I do well, I think it’s a perfect fit."

Chase Rettig
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Jeremy Vujnovich
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Adrian Hubbard
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Nick Perry
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Depleted by injuries, the Packers DST held up well for the most part against the 49ers in Sunday's playoff loss. But the unit could not contain quarterback Colin Kaepernick's running, dooming Green Bay.

Kaepernick ran seven times for 98 yards, more than half of San Francisco's 167 rushing yards. Green Bay gave up 381 total yards and 23 points.

Cornerback Tramon Williams picked off Kaepernick in the second quarter, his fourth interception this year. Linebackers Nick Perry and Brad Jones and defensive end Mike Daniels all registered sacks.

The Packers DST should be stronger in 2014 assuming top pass rusher Clay Matthews returns healthy from his broken thumb.

Injury
Foot - PUP. Probable for start of regular season
Jamari Lattimore
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Packers linebacker Jamari Lattimore signed his restricted free agent tender, which will pay him $1.431 million for 2014. He was already participating in the team's offseason workouts.
Colt Lyerla
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The Packers are trying to figure out their tight end situation heading into training camp, reports ESPN.

The longer Jermichael Finley (neck) remains unsigned, the more likely it appears his time in Green Bay -- and perhaps in the NFL -- is over, despite his desire to continue to play.

The Packers re-signed Andrew Quarless to a two-year, $3 million contract in March, but that's hardly starter's money. The door is open for rookie third-round draft pick Richard Rodgers, who performed well enough during the organized team activities and minicamp practices (which Quarless missed because of injury) to move into the starting spot. Rodgers has the kind of dynamic athletic ability that Finley brought to the position.

The wild card there is Colt Lyerla, the undrafted but talented rookie from Oregon. Had Lyerla not left the Ducks' program and run into trouble subsequently last year, he might have been a high draft pick. The Packers also will have to assess whether Brandon Bostick can make a bigger impact than he did last season. 

Matt Flynn
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Matt Flynn is the Packers' backup quarterback as of now, but Scott Tolzien could overtake him by the end of August, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. The paper called Tolzien "the younger arm with the higher ceiling."
Ryan Taylor
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The Packers listed linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb) and Nate Palmer, wideout Chris Harper, quarterback Scott Tolzien, cornerback Jumal Rolle, and offensive linemen Ryan Taylor and JC Tretter as inactive for the playoff game vs. the 49ers.
Chris Banjo
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The Packers announced a pair of small deals Wednesday, re-signing defensive back Chris Banjo and signing running back Michael Hill.

Both played minor roles for the team a year ago, though Banjo was the only one who finished the season with them. Banjo racked up 19 tackles in 16 games, while Hill appeared in two games before being signed off the practice squad by the Buccaneers. 

B.J. Raji
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Packers coach Mike McCarthy said B.J. Raji will move back to nose tackle after playing mostly defensive end the past two seasons, reports ESPNMilwaukee.com. Raji signed a one-year, $4 million deal this month.
Jeff Janis
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The Packers signed wideout Jeff Janis, a seventh-round pick, and released cornerback James Nixon with a failed physical designation.

Injury
Undisclosed - NFI. Questionable for start of regular season
Corey Linsley
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With the 161st pick of the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected center Corey Linsley from Ohio State.

Linsley started his final 26 collegiate games and was an all-Big Ten first team center last season. He will likely compete with JC Tretter and Garth Gerhart for the center job.

Jake Doughty
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